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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 December 1898

Jn^Mr ¥r 4 VOL. 5. f*r •&V S?5: (owa State Bystander. 'Vil tWBUSHKD EVKBY FRIDAY BY THE STA1TDSR -PUBLISHING OFFICIAL L'APER OF TUB' MOST WORSHIP FVL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. caiWik' &s8$s» F. «FC A. M. TISRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OKVMV... '.., *1.30 Six months 75 Three months 50 All subscription payable In advance. ,y. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. .J* H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. •jgjjjggjgHJ SMI moMy by poatoffloe mim, oipisnor draft, to Tu IOWA Arin ^ifinn Publlahing Coayaf. ||^Oo«mualoattons mutt be written an oao *"Hef the paper only and bo of laUrwtto IbopmbUa. "Brevity ta tti soul of wit," Wo will sot retan rejected maauaoript —leaaaoeoaapaaiedby postage stamps. isii* uinis COLORED PIPER. When visiting in the city of 1 Ceokuk, don't forget to give Mrs. M. E. Dixon's Popular* 'Ice Cream Parlor a call, IIOJ Main street. CITY NEWS New York store 317 Walnut specia' sale of holiday goods. '^Mrs. D. C. Basfield is improvin she is able to sit up. l^iCto to Clark «fc Brown for room and hoa...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 December 1898

fc® tej Jv' 3:, «v flL S, 1 ft Br Bimxpn mm.' oo. DBS MOINES, IOWA FIFTY-FFTH CONGRESS. *. SENATE. Washington, Deo. 5.—No business was transacted in the senate to-day. After the. reading of the message, wliichoc^upicd two hours anil eighteen minutes, the sen- ate adjourned EV ••«.- norsK. ^The president's messago was received at 1:2)0, and its readiug was listened to with the utmost attention. Strtser, ranking democratic member of the committee on military affairs, introduced a resolution directing that committee to investigate the war department and the conduct of the recent war and report their findings to the hoase. Referred to the committee on military affairs. Geuoral Wheeler in troduced a resolution providing that in re cognition of the patriotic devotion and bounteous bcnev'olence of Helen Gould to the soldiers of the late war. the thanks of congress be tendered to her aud that a gold medal be prepared and presented to her by the president. Moody offered an amendment to tho w...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 December 1898

y&is&w? I p\ Are you frequently hoarse? iWO you have that annoyioe «U kUng in your throat? Would 'you feel relieved if you could raise something? Does your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise more mucus in the mogiing? Then you shouid always keep on hand a bottle of If you have a weak throat you cannot be too careful. You cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it. f.neftciernpectwii Muter infects to lags mm cmt v, Help at Hand. If you have any complaint whatever and desire the best medical advice you can pos sibly obtain, write the doctor freely. You will receive a prompt reply. Address, TCL J. C. AYER, J/nrell, Mass. A steamship crowded with hundreds ot voting German women who cxpect to become wives in East Africa will soon leave Hamburg. Honest grocers prefer to sell honetit soap. Diamond "C" Soap is honest, economical, every way desirable. ... A Chicago man diea and...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 December 1898

^$1 iff I IN yv ic.-« !k\ !IP 'il GEECHOES. Itfefe iSSSvfeSSjEffi Ti/siffciid unoa) meeting of {Jfltond Fnmaetfe Conference Carolina «u held at At Xanj ad Itipi oh the 5th. l^.'XcCnti Stewart of Brook' lya H. Y. the well-known colored attorney will won leave for Hawaii to practice tie-profession. tw An exchange, something on the political situation said.- "The share of office spoils telling to thecoloed deuocrates ol New York City amounts to $115,000 annually. Ifcis kind of Negro domocracy WsT tm l.h President MeKinley has accept ed the inratation of Booker T. Washington, Priciple, to visit the Taskegee formal, Alabama, De eember 16th, when he visits that dty^s peaoe Jubilee exercises. Mr. MeKinley will deliver an ad di$ss at Taskegee to the students efthat institution and the residents of that section. .v: V"? If the Negro will devote as much attention to how he may win the white man's friendship as he does to how much he can hate the white man, the problem is half solved, and if h...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 December 1898

*V*BT MTTDAT BY THB FT •VOLia nmusmsa COMPANY, S«W*T, BOOMS 11 and 19. *MMWB wo. 899 SSSms *lRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION" .....II.S0 i«». :., 75 «rth* ./.iv W subscription payable la advance. THOMPSON. EDITOR,. PARD*MAN AQER moaeyby m+ki^wTm*letfa'toti W W 1 »«n visiting in the city of kuk,, don't forget to give M. Dixon's Popular Cream Parlor a call, 1103 [ilfitn^trbet.'," CITY NEWS 91.06 pays for the Bystander for one -iJLlbi Tuesday was the coldest ^this winter. Pierce is sick at his room 11 th street.^, CM*'ft $ *vV ffiSE'W.®'' m'V" J.L. or tbb Arao-AiocBtojr ASBOCTATIQHOr IOWAv ||$AFSM'YA^'0*LHB MOST WOBSHIP* PMEHfet. au» XOD6K wjjs&g „,„A, *. r.4i.. fci* moat bewrttlaa N OM paps* oaly and to ot tatarwt to llfff&H, '»rsrity the seal of wt»»" f^tansrejsetsd manuaeript SSSMipaaltd by postage stamps. HUHIS COLSKED P1PEB. IJB. 11. ., 11 ^fo'Clark 4^ *kw foe for the BrsTAHOsn While Jonly It 00 payable in advance and Ropr beautiful $/iday number. :-m rs.Rusb and Miss Lulu An tsonjpen...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 December 1898

$$ mg -.f,}" fh -4 ',$£•' 3&, Ml II #81 mm f*11f'fft pW ktny+xpn*-.*c*, CO. '.A^V Bventhe from, will turn-~perbap» ,\ 1 L^k 'i I^I. fi'^lli a failure the has Hates. 'W&!y*vV TIteiSari vM has no JprUSe 13 one reall "mir "vfe It's a. sad blow to the. boxer when the box-o^ce receipts fall to pan out. A man should never tell his wife to hurry up when she is coming dpwp •tairs. '*?. A man may be able to write a dozen volumes and still be unable to filLpae W^pocketbook. isfci Women are naturally given unto ^^-self-denial. No'one ever heard of s-fci "Jennie the Kisser." The stock operator who buys and isells for future delivery evidently, be lieves In a hereafter. •$ An Ohio man wrote a 300-line poem len titled "Come Back to Me," and every time he senda it to an editor it does. Colonel Ingersoll has a Aew lecture ready for delivery and the pulpit will relieva him of much anxiety conccrri £|*sing.the most thorough way of getting "f it before the p*. Mic without expense. 2p* vi The b...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 December 1898

did lit «i have thing at tbie time I tfie^year feo coveitd with 4wdruCr that it looked at if it hjd been out In a regular anow fllPffltto ftojmdof this snowstorai. Ms Iho abAiner sun would I fl*K (be falling SQOW SO will itt these flakes of dandraff in ecaip. It goes further than i: it prevents Aeir formation. It has still otber'properties: itwill restore color to gray hair in just ten times out of every ''ten cases. •And it does even more: it feeds and nourishes the roots o| (he hair. Thin hair becomea I thick hair and short hair be come* long hair. We have a book on the Hair and Scalp. It is yours, for the •Iking. It JOB do sot obtain all the benefits yak expected from the uae of the Vigor, «nt«The doctor about It Probablj IMil la tome diffleuitjr with your gen* eral: system whleh may be easily r» Wrto. Addreu, J. 0. ATBB, Jewell, MaM. -We could acquire all foreign lan guages in the time given to gossiping in our own. A catalogue of 300 prizes suitable to every taste and condition...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 December 1898

(",4 k,» .• •OINB9, IOWA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 1ft. MUIII*M Chancellor '^TIM» Grand Knights of Pythias, of Iowa. aMWiMf pekalooaa, Iowa, NOT., 29,-1888. ^UBUMI officers and members of the Gtmnd Lodge, deputy Grand Chancellors, Flat Chancellors and Chancellor Com mando* of the Grand Jurisdiction of FofIowa, greeting: Wot since the last Grand Lodge session of this Grand Jur Isdiction have I submitted to joa a pro clamaGon, benoe I trustthatyou willcare iixlly heed and duly appreciate this one. ts:pT First—I am greatly pained to announoe that none of the Grand Lodge officers el •INls ected at the last session of the Grand Lodge haw qualified, hence the offices of pi/ Vice-Chancellor, Prelate, Keeper of He cords and Seals, Master of Finance, Master at Arms, Inner Guard, Outer Guard, .v Medical Director, (or examiner) Lecturer and Trustees are ail hereby declared va cant Second—There will be no election held to fiQ the above mentioned vacancies un til the convention of the nextjpGrand Lodge S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

i^0fcikHi5bi 'X«,}.. 4 t1 VOL. 5. Reliable Gibson Coal Mining CO GO TO I US-* S 6 8 1 8 W an A 'Phone 171. GOLDFISH. Mont elegant and attractive of all pets: re quire little care. Many new varieties of odd •hapM ui beautiful colors. We ship every where in the U. S. and guarantee safe arrival. JUST THE THIHO FOB PRESENTS. Select early and we will keep them for you. Illustrated catalogue of Fancy Fisb, Cagf Birds, Rare Sea Shells, etc.. free. IOWA SEED COMPANY. et3-eie LOCUST ST.. DES MOINES, LOWAT GIBSON COAL, PHONE 75- It!£ BOSTON MARKET assures you courteous treatment, and low prices for good meats. HARTUNG Por Christmas Presents 418 Easl 6th street Go to Champagne & Son's Laundry First' class work. The most complete line in the city Backbones, Spareribs,, Hocks, Chitterlings and all kinds of pork cuts always on hand. Come and see us. J. A. POWERS, Proprietor. 310 Sixth Avenue %3S raised on HARDING'S Ice 'Phones 517 Cream. 70i \V. Ninth street To e.ue your mind, first ease your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

J: Uf BYSTANDER PCB. CO w,°V sf#v, IOWA DBS MOINES, MR. GEO. E. TAYLOR Whose picture stands above is a re sident of Oskaloosa, where ho lias re sided for ten years. Though born iu Little Rock, Ark Aug. 4. H". he was reared on a farm in La Crosse, County. Wis. having been placed in the hands of a Mr. Nathan Smith and wife, when he was quite young. The mother of this subject was a free woman, while his father was a slave. According to the slave laws of Arkansas, the mother was forced to llee from that state while George was a baby thus making him an orphan al most from birth" To this day he lias never seen or heard from his father and when only four years old his mother died of consumption. When twenty years of age George left the farm and entered Mnnhind Uni versity at Beaver Dam Wisconsin when he finished his education, soon alter leaving school he engaged in the news paper work in LaCrosse where lie later owned and published successfully the "LaCrosse Evening Stat" and "Wisconsin L...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

't fPJ,MAV A Are In TV A 1 BDOesYOQT cad Ache? your nerves weak? Can't you sleep well? Pain your back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Boils cr pimples? These are sure signs of poisoning. From what poisons. From poisons that are al ways found in constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, as nature intended, these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed into the blood, al ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease. There is a common sense cure. AVER'S PILLS They daily insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels. You will find that the use of S Agefs arsapariiia with the pills will hasten recovery. It cleanses the blood from all impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves. WfNm the Doctor» Our Medlcnl Department hns one ot tlie most eminent, physicians In the United States. Tell the doctor lust how you are suffering. You will receive tho best medical advice without cost. Address, DR. 0. AVER. Lowe...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

f$M la .y[ ^Jwisfc-' V5&,* i|I® •ii 3- icwa State Bystander. PUBLISHED KVERY FRIDAY BY THE BY STANDER PUBM8HIXG COMPANY, 320 FIFTH STREET, ROOMR 11 and 12. IOWA 'PHONE NO. 809. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE AFRO'AMEHICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THK M08T WORSHIP FUL I'XITRD GRAND I.ODOE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year *1.50 Six months "ft Three months 50 All subscription payable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. mousy bj poatofflce efflfer, momtf srdar, szprMs or draft, to Tax IOWA kin ^TSTAVDU Publishing Company. Commnalcattoiu mnit bo written on OM •Mo of tho pa par only and bo of latanst to Ike pnblio. "Btvvity Is tho soul of wit," remember. Wo will lot rotors rejected manuaortpt ••Ion aooompanied by postage stampa. IOWA'S 1E1DII6 COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS $1.00 pays for the Bystander for one year. Wo to Clark & Brown for room and boarding. Meals ir cents. Subscribe for the HYSTANDKK while it is onty $1....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

t'-i Both windows are thrown as high as the sashes will permit, so admitting the genial sunshine and sweet flower scented air—before one stands a very practical-looking sewing machine, be fore the other is an old wicker table etrewed with fashion-plates and paper patterns. Bending over the solid table which stands In the middle of the room is Shell Wilden. She is at present mak ing a determined onslaught with a pair of formidable scissors on a section of the blue print before mentioned. She has ceased singing for the moment her brows are slightly puckered, whilst her keen grey-green eyes follow anx ously the line to be taken by her hears. There is a decision and energy every curve of her girlish rounded gure as she leans over the work the ight sleeve of her dark dress is pushed nearly to the elbow to allow of free lay, so disclosing a plump, rounded rm of almost snowy whiteness. Shell's fine pure white skin is her ne personal attraction but, as her sis Ruby olten remarks, she pays f...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

k- "3 By BYSTANDER Pl'B. CO PES MOINES, As a IOWA masher the steam roller Is success. a A title makes a little man great and a great man little. An old bachelor says a woman's ton gue is an organ without stops. The good points of a great many peo ple seem to have been broken off. Woman's work is never done—unless she gets some other woman to do it. It's better to accept some statements than to bother hunting up the proofs. It's easy to convince the plain wo man that handsome is as handsome does. There should be more leisure for men of business and more business for men of leisure. It is only when a man dies that every one of his good qualities comes to the surface. A man expects other men to show his wife courtesies abroad that he never thinks of showing her at home. War talk in France is largely for the purpose of forgetting Dreyfus, but it may some day bring to France the glory of getting whipped. A western university is teaching the art of getting married gracefully. What they wa...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

& ,-v *. i? -"ftS -I *& ,5 •sfe -vMS*. & "\i i, ,• WW By BYSTANDER Fl'B. CO. DES MOIN£S, IOWA. As a masher the steam roller Is success. A title makes a little mail great and a great man little. An old bachelor says a woman's ton gue is an organ without stops. The good points of a great many peo pie seem to have been broken off. Woman's work is never done—unless she gets some other woman to do it. It's better to accept some statements than to bother hunting up the proofs It's easy to convince the plain wo man that handsome is as handsome does. There should be more leisure for men of business and more business for men of leisure. It is only when a man dies that every one of his good qualities comes to the surface. A man expects other men to show his wife courtesies abroad that he never thinks of showing her at home. War talk in France is largely for the purpose of forgetting Dreyfus, but it may some day bring to France ihe glory of getting whipped. A western university is ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

RACE ECHOES. I Pid,y" Thore are 749 colored physicans, 450 lawyers and 354 editors in the United States. In the colored schools of the South there are 238,000 pupils and 20,000 teachers. For advanced education, there are 150 schools and seven colleges administered by Negro presidents. Out of the 25,530 Negro schools in the South, 2,250,000 Negroes have learnod to read and the ma jority of them to write. The Paragon Printing and Pub lishing Co., New Orleans, is the largest and best equipped Negro printing office in the world. There are 247 Negroes now in European Universities from the South. Virginia has 050,000 Negroes who have the control of 4 colleges, 23 high schools, 4 building associ* ation3, Y. M. C. Associations, 2 insurance companies, 2 land com panies and 1 bank. Chicago has a colored popula tion of 40,000. There are over40 '^churches, 42 colored letter carriers in the city aud 150 men holding office under the local government. At the elections held reccently not less than ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

fe I:'. tv.' 1 X- RACE ECHOES. Thore are 749 colored physicans ^50 lawyers and 354 editors iu the United States. ID the colored schools of the South there are 238,000 pupils and 20,000 teachers. For advanced education, there are 150 schools and seven colleges administered by Negro presidents. Out of the 25,530 Negro schools in the South, 2,250,000 Negroes have learnod to read and the ma jority of them to write. The Paragon Printing and Pub lishing Co., New Orleans, is the largest and best equipped Negro printing office in the world. There are 247 Negroes now in European Universities from the South. Virginia has 050,000 Negroes who have the control of 4 colleges, 13 high schools, 4 building associ* atlons, Y. M. C. Associations, 2 insurance companies, 2 land com panies and 1 bank. Chicago has a colored popula ^pfion of 40,000. There are over40 ||churelies, 42 colored letter carriers in the city aud 150 men holding office under the local government. At the elections held receently not...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

?r\ i-' vSc 8W «l rfl •K BYSTANDER fOB. CO. DBS MOINES, IOWA. DECEMUER FRIDAY 23. WOMAN'S COLUMN Ka he rine Tillman Fdi tress Glory to Goil in the Highest peace on ear'.h. good will to men." so sang the angels at tlie advent of the Christ and so ting we as we realize the mag ical change that Christianity has wrought in the condition of women. As our space is limited we shall speak briefly of the progress of the A fro-Am erican women. The annual report of the women's Parent Mite Missionary Society of the A. M. E. church for the year ending Nor, 1&>8 showed the receipts for the year to be Dr. Eliza Anna Green a graduate of a Philadelphia Medical College has been admitted to practice in Atlanta ia Lady Marie Ducatellier an aeeom pished writer of Fanama has been con tributing some interesting articles to the "Voiceof Missions." Miss Otella Cromwell of Washington I), c. is a freshman at Smith'® college, one of the famous white institutions of learning, founded for the higher educa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 December 1898

y* 5, Mtf •fe ifv fc'. •.:/. .'.: U? I By DY8TANDEH run. CO. DBS MOINES, IOWA. DECEMltER FRIDAY 28. WOMAN'S COLUMN Ka iherine Tillman dit less "Cilorv to God in the Highest peace on earlh, good will to men." so sang the angels at the advent of the Christ and so ting we as we realize the mag ical change that Christianity has wrought in the condition of women. As our space is limited we shall speak briefly of the progress of the A fro-Am erican women. The annual report of the women's Parent Mite Missionary Society of the A. M. E. church for the year ending Nov, l8:8 showed the receipts for the year to be $lol'.i.l!». Dr. Eliza Anna Green a graduate of a Philadelphia Medical College has been admitted to practice in Atlanta Ga Lady Marie Ducatellier an aeconi pished writer of Panama has been con tributing some interesting articles to the "Voiceof Missions." Miss Otella Cromwell of Washington Ft. C. is a freshman at Smith's college, ooe of the famous white institutions of learning, found...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 December 1898

eS VOL, wtfStylr* Bystander. BUBHED FRIDAT BY THE BY •^MIW^MJBUSHIWG COMPASY, WJOMB li and"f$ IOWA worn ?s» I'v-PBOTKOITVX AMOCIATIOH OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAVKR OF "HIK MOST W0R8HIP WVJA UMTKD GRASD LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A M. fiCRMS OIT SUBSCRIPTION feone.,jrear.. .11.30 ... 75 ...,60 tWontii» ^{fswteption payable In advance. ^^^HOWIPSPWi EDITOR. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. ffffm mzsak by portotaer wMr, Mossy 'i sxpresB or draft, to Tu Iowa •tAH Oesamaslcatioiu mnft ba wrlttan aa om$ Mis eC the paper oaly and be of Interests* |*epabUe. "Btsrity ta the tool el wtt," •ember. M| return rejected maaoeertpt aqoompanlad by postage siampa. 4WS LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Ahappy new year to all. -Patronize our advertisers. &• Joseph Hopkins of Ottumwa spent Monday in our city. ife'-.^tl.CW pays for the Bystander for. one 'fWSU "#1 mammm Mr*. Clark for rooms and i¥feo*nlMff. Meals 15 cents. •1 III •ll.l If you want a Picture that is beau tiful go to PEARSON'S. Vt Subscribe for the BYSTAN...

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